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The seven seals

The seven seals are the way the first process for the annihilation of humanity have begun. The first four seals opened as each Horseman makes his/her decision to side with darkness.

The seals

First seal

Broken by Rose Arvale on 2008, after murdering the wife of Dr. Charles Hart (the man whom she had her affair) in act of jealousy and keeping her wedding ring as a souvenir.[1]

The exact date was June 4, 2008.

Second seal

Broken by Senator Cindy Richards after signaling a sniper to try to assassinate the Prime Minister of Afghanistan.[2]

Third seal

Broken by the Abaddon hacker Leland Schiller when he attacked a Nero office despite failing on his attempt to destroy that same company for denying a treatment for his dying mother.[3][4]

Fourth seal

This seal was broken by Mark Plowman, when he shot his brother Vincent.[5]

Fifth seal

This seal was previously broken in July 16, 1945, as a consequence of the nuclear bomb tested in Trinity Site.[6]

Rose's gang attempted using the Genesis element to break the same seal.[7]

Sixth seal

Never coming.

Seventh seal

The seventh seal broken will cause the Rapture. Never coming.

Background

The seven seals is a phrase in the Book of Revelation that refers to seven symbolic seals that secure the scroll. When the first seal is opened the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are summoned, each with their own specific mission. The opening of the fifth seal releases the cries of martyrs. The sixth seal prompts earthquake cataclysmic events. The seventh seal cues seven angelic trumpeters who in turn cue the seven bowl judgements and more cataclysmic events. [8]

Trivia

The order the seals were broken in the series (Death - War - Pestilence - Famine) is very different to the order that was featured in the Book of Revelation (Pestilence - War - Famine - Death).

References

  1. "Death Becomes Her"
  2. "Drums of War"
  3. "Deus Ex Machina"
  4. "A House Divided"
  5. "Harvest"
  6. "Spark of Hope"
  7. "Houston, We Have a Problem"
  8. Bible, Book of Revelation, Chapter Six [Good News Edition, 1976]
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